Publication: New Era

First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

Businessman run over by GRN truck

By Hoandi GaebKEETMANSHOOP - A well-known businessman of Keetmanshop is currently fighting for his life in a Windhoek hospital after he was run over by a government truck in broad daylight in the town’s central business district on Monday.Jakobus Hendrik ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

Fostering the Spirit of Entrepreneurship – What can entrepreneurs learn from conflict?

By Dr Wilfred Isak AprilTHIS week I am sitting here at the Mandela Gateway in Cape Town, joining leaders from the University of Stellenbosch to celebrate the annual Mandela Week. It is a perfect opportunity for me to look back at the history of Namibia, ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

Woman of substance makes her mark

By John Travolter MataliGROOTFONTEIN - Smiling Hengua, 37, is a self-employed businesswoman and the proud owner of Smiling Trading Enterprises at Grootfontein.Hengua has urged other women to step out of their shells and venture into gainful business.Started ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

Gadgets must be fully charged before flight

By Staff ReporterWINDHOEK – Passengers flying to the United Kingdom and the United States will have to fully switch on their electronic gadgets for law enforcement before boarding a flight.The measure is to satisfy new anti-terrorism rules being implemented ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

No suspect in foetus case

By Tunomukwathi AsinoWINDHOEK – No one has been arrested in connection with the dumping of a foetus estimated to be six-months-old at the Ombili informal settlement in Otjiwarongo.The foetus was discovered on Monday morning.NamPol’s Otjozondjupa Region ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

‘We are exporting jobs’ – Schlettwein

By John Travolter MataliGROOTFONTEIN – Trade and Industry Minister Calle Schlettwein believes ‘jobless growth’ is a phenomenon partly caused by an over-reliance on raw material exports, which is currently one of the most pressing problems of this era ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

Tjombe to continue as acting Ovaherero chief

By Kuzeeko TjitemisaWINDHOEK - The Ovaherero Traditional Authority on Saturday reaffirmed that the acting Ovaherero chief, Tumbee Tjombe, will continue as acting chief with full backing of the Ovaherero Chief’s Council.At a briefing at the Ovaherero Commando, ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

Mother and son butchered …Grade 7 learner a suspect

By John MuyambaMASIVI – A woman and her minor son were brutally murdered at Masivi village in Kavango West Region, along the Rundu-Grootfontein road.It is believed  the two were killed with a traditional axe, as their remains showed the wounds of a vicious ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

BoN hands over water tunnel

By Nuusita AshipalaOSHAKATI - Bank of Namibia (BoN) last Friday handed the water channel it funded for N$1,2 million to the Oshakati Town Council.The town council, as part of its contribution, availed over N$600 000 for the construction of the water channel ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

CONSUMER COURT – Caveat emptor – Let the buyer beware

Last week, Consumer Court received a complaint from a customer regarding a fridge purchased from a furniture store but that started giving problems within a month of purchase. She found herself in a situation where the retailer disclaimed any responsibility ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

Customer complaint

I bought a fridge in December 2013 – the fridge worked fine for the first month then it started over-freezing. This continued for two months. I defrosted it on average every second week until I decided it couldn’t go on like this. I contacted the furniture ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
First reported 37 mins ago - Updated 37 mins ago - 1 reports

Stoop murder trial resumes

By Roland RouthWINDHOEK – The trial-within-a-trial in the ongoing Stoop murder case in the Windhoek High Court resumed Monday after a more than ten month hiatus with a police officer testifying that one of the accused could not recall the crime scene ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]

More Content

All (479) | News (479) | Reports (0) | Blogs (0) | Audio/Video (0) | Fact Sheets (0) | Press Releases (0)
sort by: Date | Relevance
Kasoma has the world at his feet [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
Lüderitz Karate-Zen Championship a big hit [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
Gadgets must be fully charged before flight [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
Fostering the Spirit of Entrepreneurship – What... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
‘We are exporting jobs’ – Schlettwein [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
Customer complaint [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
CONSUMER COURT – Caveat emptor – Let the buyer ... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
BoN hands over water tunnel [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
Stoop murder trial resumes [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
Mother and son butchered …Grade 7 learner a sus... [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
Tjombe to continue as acting Ovaherero chief [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
Businessman run over by GRN truck [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
No suspect in foetus case [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
Woman of substance makes her mark [Published New Era - 37 mins ago]
Livestock industry utter sigh of relief after E... [Published New Era - 21 hours ago]
Maize sectors see production increase [Published New Era - 21 hours ago]
Local onions, potatoes’ production promoted [Published New Era - 21 hours ago]
One vision for Namibian cattle producers [Published New Era - 21 hours ago]
Sandveld research station auction rakes in n$90... [Published New Era - 21 hours ago]
Finding a common vision for livestock and meat ... [Published New Era - 21 hours ago]
NAB spends N$6.3m on Silos [Published New Era - 21 hours ago]
Kudu rabies project progresses [Published New Era - 21 hours ago]
Skorpion Zinc U/17 Cup finals draw on Thursday [Published New Era - 21 hours ago]
Man kills lover then self [Published New Era - Jul 22 2014]
PG to challenge light sentence [Published New Era - Jul 22 2014]
Woman runs eatery under tree [Published New Era - Jul 22 2014]
Trigger-happy soldier in court [Published New Era - Jul 22 2014]
Ukraine unrest strands 300 students [Published New Era - Jul 22 2014]
School feeding scheme under scrutiny [Published New Era - Jul 22 2014]
SPYL firmly opposed to factionalism [Published New Era - Jul 22 2014]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ...
In Focus
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
Content Volume
Document Volume
Network
Network
Contact Us
Sales
Support


Freebase CC-BY Some image thumbnails are sourced from Freebase, licensed under CC-BY

Copyright (C) 2014 Silobreaker Ltd. All rights reserved.
The selection and placement of stories and images on any Silobreaker page are determined automatically by a computer program.
The time or date displayed reflects when an article was added to or updated in Silobreaker.